While Microsoft PowerPoint is almost exclusively used for presentation purposes, it is also a great program for creating interesting and visually appealing brochures. Here's how to create (and print) a tri-fold using PowerPoint.  Making Tri-folds in PowerPoint  Good news-there are templates! This is the fastest and easiest way to achieve your goal, as there are several different tri-fold templates available for download online. Browse through the template library, select what you want and download it. Once you have downloaded it, continue and open it and you will be greeted by two pictures.
These pictures contain text and images from boilerplate, but the layout is exactly what you need for a triple brochure. All you have to do is replace the content with your own. Let's use the first column in Figure 2 as an example.
As we can see, we have three parts here – the title (1), some descriptive points (2) and one picture (3)). Replacing the content with headline and dot with your own is easy. All you have to do is click on the respective text box to delete text content and input your text.
<img class = "alignnone size-full wp-image-408296" src = "https://www.howtogeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/GIF-1-5.gif.pagespeed .ce.uW4ObqmS4X.gif "alt =" GIF 1  To replace the image, select it and right-click on it. Click "Change image" from the menu that appears.
Select below the source in the picture menu
Once you have navigated to the image location, select it and insert it, which will then replace the boiler platform in the image column.
Repeat these steps for the rest of the content The first column of the first image will be the front of your brochure, and the last column of it the other slide will be the back side. Enter your content appropriately.
When you have entered your content, it is time to print!
Select" Print "in the left pane. [Skriv ut] 19659017]
Under the "Settings" menu, make sure you select "Print on both sides."
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Finally, after everyone is printed, be sure to fold them on the dotted lines.
All that is left to do is give them out!